Kokatat Gore-Tex Boater's Pant - Women's

Specs

Sizes S, M, L

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Kokatat's Gore-Tex Boater's Pant page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Kokatat Women's GORE-TEX PacLite Boater Pants - These pants are constructed of ultra-light nylon 2-layer Gore-Tex PacLite Laminate. This creates a comfortable and breathable waterproof shell. The Gore-Tex PacLite Boater's Pants have a wide elastic waistband with an adjustable bungee draw-cord waist and neoprene trim. The articulated anatomical design is built for sitting in a boat and is comfortable enough to wear all day long! The ankle cuffs close with Velcro and the bellows pocket on the right thigh offers a convenient place to store trip essentials. All of the seams are factory taped and sealed.

- Outdoorplay

Excellent for kayaking in damp, temperate conditions, Kokatat's Women's GORE-TEX(R) PacLite(R) Boater's Pant features a feminine, paddling-specific construction that's superb for lake and saltwater touring. While similar in design to the Deluxe GORE-TEX(R) Boater's Pant, the GORE-TEX(R) PacLite(R) Boater's Pant doesn't have the same articulated cut and adjustable neoprene waistband. What it does have is a convenient self-draining bellows pocket on the right thigh and complete factory-sealed seams construction for optimal watertight protection.

- Altrec Outdoors

Kokatat Women's Gore-Tex Boater's Pant

previously retailed for:
$154.95 - $165.00

The Kokatat Women's Gore-Tex Boater's Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 6, 2015 at Outdoorplay.

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